Ozzy Osbourne didn't just drop a single, he dropped a classic single. The new track "Under The Graveyard" sounds like he took some classic Black Sabbath riffs and reworked them with the production of his best 90's tracks. In fact, the track has that midtempo creepy vibe then breaks into a guitar solo passage that is a little reminiscent of the riff from Sabbath's "Children Of The Grave".
The track is said to be from a new album called "Ordinary Man" which may or may not drop in January. Evidently, we owe huge props to Duff McKagan of Guns n' Roses and Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chili Peppers for getting the songs whipped into shape. We also have to give credit to 28-year-old L.A. sideman guitarist and producer Andrew Watt, who is best known for his work with Post Malone. Then there is Posty himself, who included Ozzy on a single and kind of sparked this whole thing.
All of this is pleasant news because Ozzy has been in a bad way after injuring himself and aggravating old wounds that nearly killed him in the first place (remember that ATV accident?). Ozzy's camp is fairly sure that he's going to be alright and have U.S. tour dates lineup up in May.